ISS Lunar Transit by John Sandoval
Location: Mt. Colah
Equipment:
Celestron EdgeHD 9.25
Losmandy GM11G
Nikon Z7 FX mode
Exposure: 5 frames per second at 1/1600 second ISO 1250
The duration of the transit was less than 1 second, and was to occur at 01:51:12.00 am. I started taking photos at 5 frames per second from 10 seconds before the anticipated event time up to 20 seconds after the event time, producing some 150 individual photos. I managed to capture the ISS transiting the moon in 3 photos. This is a composite of those 3 photos.

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